Malaysia is a South-East country that floats by the Asian peninsula of Malay bordering the provinces of Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei & Borneo. The region is an attractive mix of soothing beaches, cool hill stations, exotic islands & dense rainforests that enjoy a tropical climate. Malaysia is well equipped with resplendent World Heritage Sites for cultural enthusiasts & a hoard of adventurous activities wait for the bliss junkies.

You must climb up the Petronas Twin Towers that are perhaps the tallest twins in the world. The island of Langkawi is a secluded heaven for the honeymooners & hippies. Tread through the "Historic State of Malacca" that displays vintage Portuguese architecture in its museums, galleries from the period of colonization. Trek through the tropical forests of the Taman Negara National Park which is home to the indigenous tribe of the Orang Asli.

The National Malaysia Airlines holds international flights to India, Australia, Hong Kong, Macau & more. The Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the main hub that receives international flights.

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The province of Malaysia is inhabited by around twenty-three million people, with 60% of them being Malay, 25% being Chinese, 10% Indians and the remaining 5% being other minorities. The social strata is divided between the Malay elites & the Chinese middle class who dominate Malaysia's socio-political scenario. The Malays follow the religion of Islam, making Malaysia officially a Muslim country, hence refrain from gifting them pork-related edibles. Yet Malaysia Government grants public holidays on occasions like Christmas, Deepawali, Moon Cake Festival, Thaipusam , wesak day & Hari Raya Aidilfitri. In Malay culture, men generally don’t shake hands with women upon meeting, but bow their head instead. A simple nodding & smiling would be sufficient.

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